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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 

Eleventh Season — 1934-3 5 

First Faculty Recital 

Monday Evening, December 17, 1934, at 8:30 o'clock 

MADAME LEA LUBOSHUTZ, Violinist 

MR. HARRY KAUFMAN at tLe Piano 



PROGRAMME 



I 



Sonata No. 3 in E major Johann Sebastian Bach 

Adagio 

Allegro 

Adagio, ma non tanto 

Allegro 

II 

Concerto in D major, Opus 19 Serge Prokofiev 

Andantino 

Scherzo. Vivacissimo 

Moderato 

III 

Poeme, Opus 2 5 Ernest Chausson 



IV 

Recitativo and Scherzo-caprice, Opus 6 Fritz Kreisler 

For Violin alone 

Nocturne, Opus 62, No. 1 Chopin -Kochanski 

Tarantella, Opus 2 8, No. 2 Karol Szymanowski 



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CASIMIR HALL 



Eleventh Season — 1934-35 



Second Faculty Recital 

Thursday Evening, January 17, 1935, at 8:30 o'clock 
DR. JOSEF HOFMANN 



in memory of our 

Beloved Madame Sembrich 

I WILL PLAY Chopin's funeral march 

before the programme commences. 

Josef Hofmann 



PROGRAMME 



Prelude and Fugue in A minor Bach-Liszt 

Two songs without words Mendelssohn 

F major 

A major (Hunting Song) 

Carnival, Op. 9 Schumann 

Preambule — Pierrot — Arlequin — Valse noble — Eusebius — 
Florestan — Coquette — Replique — Papillons — Lettres dansantes 
— Chiarina — Chopin — Estrella — Reconnaissance — Pantalon et 
Colombine — Valse Allemande — Paganini — Aveu — Promenade — 
Pause — Marche des "Davidsbundler" contre les Philistins. 



II 



Nocturne in C minor 

Valse in A flat \ Chopin 



Impromptu in G flat major' 
Fantasy 



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Sonata in F sharp major Scriabine 

Melody in B major Rubinstein 

Mephisto Valse Liszt 



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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Eleventh Season — 1934-35 

Third Faculty Recital 

Monday Evening, January 21, 1935, at 8:30 o'clock 

MR. CARLOS SALZEDO, Harpist 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Ballade (1910) Carlos Salzedo 

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Short Stories in Music (1934) Carlos Salzedo 









First Performance 






1. 


The Dwarf and the Giant 






2. 


The Kitten and the limping Dog 






3. 


Rocking Horse 






4. 


On Donkey-back 






5. 


Rain Drops 






6. 


Madonna and Child 






7. 


Memories of a Clock 






8. 


Night Breeze 






9. 


On Stilts 






10. 


Pirouetting Music Box 






11. 


Behind the Barracks 






12. 


At Church 






13. 


Gold-Fish 






14. 


The Mermaid's Chimes 






15. 


Skipping Rope 
III 


Fanfare 






(1927) 1 


Cortege 






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La Desirade 




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Chanson 


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Whirlwind 




(1917) 



Carlos Salzedo 



Lyon and Healy Harp 



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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Eleventh Season — 1934-3 5 

Fourth Faculty Recital 

Monday Evening, April 15, 1935, at 8:30 o'clock 
DAVID SAPERTON, Pianist 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Toccata and Fugue in D minor Bach-Tausig 

Sonata, Opus 57 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Allegro assai 

Andante con moto 

Allegro ma non troppo. Presto 

II 

Etudes: Opus 2 5, No. 6 in G sharp minor \ 

Posthumous F minor Frederic Chopin 

Opus 10, No. 11 m E flat major ( 
Ballade Opus 23, in G minor | 

From "Studies on Chopin Etudes" 

No. 45 (A flat major, Posthumous) "Metamorphosis," E major 
No. 13 (Opus 10, No. 6, E flat minor) "Free Transcription" 
For left hand alone 
Waltz, Opus 64, No. 1 in D flat major 

Chopin-Godowsky 



III 

Prelude, Opus 23, No. 6 in E flat major Serge Rachmaninoff 

In Autumn, Opus 36, No. 4 Moritz Moszkowski 

From "Deuxieme Annee de Pelerinage" (Italic) 

No. VI Sonetto 123 del Petrarca in A flat major Franz Liszt 

Mephisto - Walzer LiszT-BusoNi 

"Der Tanz in der Dorfschenke," Episode aus Lenau's Faust 
(Mic Anlehnung an die Orchester Partitur) 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Eleventh Season — 1934-3 J 

Fifth Faculty Recital 

Thursday Evening, May 16, 193 5, at 8:30 o'clock 

ISABELLA VENGEROVA, PUnlsi 
LEA LUBOSHUTZ, Violinist 

FELIX SALMOND, Violoncellist 

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PROGRAMME 

I 

Trio in B Flat Major, Opus 11 Beethoven 

Allegro con brio 

Adagio 

Theme with variations 

II 

Trio in D Minor, Opus 49 Mendelssohn 

Molto Allegro agitato 
Andante con moto tranquillo 
Scherzo: Leggero e vivace 
Finale: Allegro assai appassionato 

III 

Trio in C Major, Opus 87 Brahms 

Allegro 

Andante con moto 
Scherzo: Presto 
Finale: Allegro giocoso 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Eleventh Season — 1934-3 J 

First Students' Concert 

Monday Evening, December 10, 1934, at ^li-O 

CASIMIR QUARTET 

Charles Jaffe ( t/- / Virginia Majewski, Viola 

EuDicE Shapiro j ^'^^^^ Victor Gottlieb, Violoncello 

Students of Dr. Bailly in Chamber Music 



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PROGRAMME 



L 

String Quartet in F major, K 590 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Allegro moderato 

Allegretto 

Menuetto — Allegretto 

Allegro 

XL 

String Quartet, Opus 10 Claude Debussy 

Anime et tres decide 
Assez vif et bien rythme 
Andantino doucement expressif 
Tres mod ere 



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String Quartet in F minor, Opus 95 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Allegro con brio 
Allegretto ma non troppo 
Allegro assai vivace ma serioso 
Larghetto espressivo. Allegretto agitato 



The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Eleventh Season — 1934-3 J 

Second Students* Concert 

Tuesday Evening, December 18, 1934, at 8:30 

STUDENTS OF MR. SALZEDO 
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PROGRAMME 

I 

Variations on a theme in ancient style Carlos Salzedo 

Theme — Double — Tempo di Bourree — Stacatti — Butterfly 
Flux and Chords — Jumps — Trills — Scales and Arpeggios 
Tempo di Barcarolle — Prelude — Fugue — Cadenza — Conclusion 

Bessie Goodman 

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Sonata in C minor Giovanni Battista Pescetti 

1704-1766 

Allegro vigoroso 
Andante espressivo 
Presto 

Gavotte from "Armide" Chrjstoph Willibald von Gluck 

1714-1787 

The Harmonious Blacksmith Georg Friedrich Handel 

1685-1759 
Margret Brill 

III 

Lamentation 
Quietude 

Iridescence S Carlos Salzedo 

Introspection 
Whirlwind 

Reinhardt Elster 

IV 

Five Poetical Studies Carlos Salzedo 

Flight 

Mirage 

Idyllic poem 
Inquietude 

Communion 

Isabel Ibach 

Lyon & Healy Harps 
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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Eleventh Season — 1934-3 5 

Third Students' Concert 

Monday Evening, February 11, 195 5, at 8:30 o'clock 

STUDENTS OF MR. ZIMBALIST 
"'Vladimir Sokoloff, at the Piano 



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PROGRAMME 



I 



Sonata No. 2 in A major, Opus 100 Johannes Brahms 

Allegro amabile 

Andante tranquillo 

Allegretto grazioso (quasi andante) 

Charles Jaffe 

II 

Fantasy, Opus 46 (Scotch fantasy) Max Bruch 

Grave 

Allegro 

Andante sostcnuto 

Finale. Allegro guerriero 

Frederick Vogelgesang 

III 

Sonata in E flat major. Opus 18 Richard Strauss 

Allegro ma non troppo 
Improvisation. Andante cantabile 
Finale. Allegro 

OSKAR ShUMSKY 

IV 

Concerto No. 3 in B minor. Opus 61 Camille Saint-Saens 

Allegro non troppo 
Andantino quasi allegretto 
Molto moderato e maestoso 

EuDicE Shapiro 

V 

Slavonic Danse No. 1 in G minor Dvorak-Kreisler 

Polonaise brillante in A major, Opus 21, No. 2 Henri Wieniawski 

OSKAR ShUMSKY 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Eleventh Season — 1934-3 5 

Fourth Students' Concert 

Thursday Evening, February 21, 193 5, at 8:30 o'clock 

STUDENTS OF MR. SALZEDO 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Variations on a theme in ancient style (1911) Carlos Salzedo 

Theme — Double — Tempo di Bourree — Stacatti — Butterfly 
Flux and Chords — Jumps — • Trills — Scales and Arpeggios 
Tempo di Barcarolle — Prelude — Fugue — Cadenza — Conclusion 

Ariel Perry 

II 

Tambourin Jean-Philippe Rameau 

1683-1704 

Gavotte from "Armide" Christoph Willibald von Gluck 

1714-1787 

The Girl with the flaxen hair Claude Debussy 

1862-1918 

On Donkey-back (1934) Carlos Salzedo 

En bateau Claude Debussy 

Marjorie Call 

III 

Sonata in C minor Giovanni Battista Pescetti 

1704-1766 

Allegro vigoroso 
Andante espressivo 
Presto 

Poem of the little stars (1921)\ Carlos Salzedo 

Recessional (1921) j 

Maryjane Mayhew 

IV 

Sonata for harp and piano (1922) Carlos Salzedo 

Margret Brill 

Ralph Berkowitz at the piano 

(Student of Harry Kaufman in Accompanying) 

Lyon & Healy Harps 
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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Eleventh Season — 1934-3 J 



Fifth Students* Concert 

Wednesday Evening, March 20, 1935, at 8:30 o'clock 

Students of 

MR. TABUTEAU IN WIND ENSEMBLE 



PROGRAMME 

I 

Petite symphonie Charles Francois Gounod 

Adagio et allegretto 

Andante cantabile 

Scherzo 

Finale 
Flute: Harold Bennett 
Oboes: Rhadames Angelucci — Leo Esral 
Clarinets: Leighou Little — Edward O'Gorman 
Horns: Herbert Pierson — Fred Klein 
Bassoons: Adelchi Angelucci — Carl Bowman 

II 

1. Allegro scherzoso, Opus 92 Luigi Hugues 

Flutes: Harold Bennett — Julius Baker 
Oboe: Harold Gomberg 
Clarinet: Leighou Little 
Bassoon: Carl Bowman 

2. Aubade Paul De Wailly 

Flute: Harold Bennett 
Oboe: Harold Gomberg 
Clarinet: Edward O'Gorman 

3. Three Movements from "Pastorale 

variee," Opus 30 Gabriel Pierne 

Andantino 

Tema in canone 

Tourbillon 
Flute: Fred Morrone 
Oboe: Harold Gomberg 
Clarinet: William McCormick 
Horn: Fred Klein 
Bassoons: Carl Bowman -- Adelchi Angelucci 

III 

Sonata Vittorio Rieti 

Allegretto 

Adagio doloroso 

Vivace ed energico 
Piano: Elizabeth Bentley 
Flute: Harold Bennett 
Oboe: Harold Gomberg 
Bassoon: Jules Seder 

IV 

Quintet in E flat major, Opus 16 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Grave — Allegro, ma non troppo 

Andante cantabile 

Rondo. Allegro, ma non troppo 
Piano: Elizabeth Bentley 
Oboe: Rhadames Angelucci 
Clarinet: Abe Portnoy 
Horn: Fred Klein 
Bassoon: Jules Seder 

V 

Divertissement, Opus 36 Emile Bernard 

Introduction and Finale 
Flutes: Harold Bennett — Julius Baker 
Oboes: Harold Gomberg — Rhadames Angelucci 
Clarinets: Abe Portnoy — Edward O'Gorman 
Horns: Ernani Angelucci — Herbert Pierson 
Bassoons: Carl Bowman -- Jules Seder 

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The Curtis Institute of Musi 

CASIMIR HALL 
Eleventh Season — 1934-3 J 

Sixth Students* Concert 

Monday Evening, March 25, 1935, at 8:30 o'clock 

STUDENTS OF MADAME LUBOSHUTZ 
■■'Eugene Helmer at the Piano 



PROGRAMME 

I 

La Folia Corelli-Kreisler 

Rafael Druian 

II 

Sonata in G minor (Devil's Trill) Tartini-Kreisler 

Larghetto 
Allegro energico 
Grave — Allegro assai 

Jean Spitzer 

III 

Chaconne in D minor Johann Sebastian Bach 

Marian Head 

IV 

Caprice, No. 20 ) 

Caprice, No. 13 > Paganini-Kreisler 

Moto perpetuo in C major. Opus 1 1 ) 

Rafael Druian 

V 

First Movement from Concerto in D minor. Opus 47 ... . Jean Sibelius 

Allegro moderato 

Marian Head 

VI 

Concerto in D major. Opus 19 Serge Prokofiev 

Andantino 

Scherzo. Vivacissimo 

Moderato 

Jean Spitzer 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Eleventh Season — 1934-3 5 

Seventh Students* Concert 

Friday Evening, March 29, 193 5, at 8:30 

CASIMIR QUARTET 

Charles Jaffe ) r,,. ,. Virginia Majewski, Viola 

■' S- Violins ' 

EuDicE Shapiro) Victor Gottlieb, Violoncello 

Assisted by Simon Asin, Viola 

Students of Dr. Bailly in Chamber Music 



PROGRAMME 

I. 

String Quartet in C major, No. 1 Walter Piston 

Allegro 
Adagio 
Allegro vivace 



II. 

Quintet for Two Violins, Two Violas 

and Violoncello "William Strasser 

Allegro moderato 

Largo 

Presto 

Casimir Quartet and Simon Asin 



III. 

Four Indiscretions for String Quartet Louis Gruenberg 

Allegro con spirito 
Lento sostenuto ed esprcssivo 
Moderato gracioso e delicato 
Allegro giocoso 

IV. 

String Quartet in D minor. Opus 76, No. 2 Joseph Haydn 

Allegro 

Andante e piu tosto allegretto 
Menuetto. Allegro ma non troppo 
Vivace assai 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Eleventh Season — 1934-3 5 

Eighth Students^ Concert 

Monday Evening, April 1, 193 5, at 8:30 o'clock 

STUDENTS OF MADAME VENGEROVA 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Prelude in D minor \ , ,, j r-i • u j>. 

r> 1 J • Tj /I ► „ • / irom well-tempered Clavichord 

Prelude m B tlat majorj ^ 

JoHANN Sebastian Bach 
First Movement from Concerto in G minor, Opus 2 5"" 

Molto allegro con fuoco FeLIX MeNDELSSOHN 

Eda Malisoff 

II 

First Movement from Sonata in G minor, Opus 22 Robert Schumann 

So rasch wie moglich 

Prelude, No. 10, in C sharp minor | 

Prelude, No. 13, in G flat major [ Alexander Scriabin 

Prelude, No. 14, in E flat minor j 

Etude No. 6 in A minor Paganini-Liszt 

Phyllis Mos^ 

III 

Prelude, No. 15, in D flat major) Frederic Chopin 

Scherzo in B minor, Opus 20 j 

Vision fugitive, Opus 22, No. 16 Serge Prokofieff 

Petit ane blanc Jacques Ibert 

Rhapsody, No. 11 Franz Liszt 

Sol Kaplan 

IV 

Ballade in G minor. Opus 23 Frederic Chopin 

Barcarolle, Opus 44 Anatol Liadoff 

Leyenda Isaac Albeniz 

Cecille Geschichter 

V 

Intermezzo in E flat major, Opus 117, No. l) Johannes Brahms 

Rhapsodic in E flat major. Opus 119, No. 4 j 

"Sarabande" from "Suite for left-hand alone" Leopold Godowsky 

Feux d'artifice ) Claude Debussy 

La terrasse des audiences du clair de lunej 

Petrouchka Igor Stravinsky 

Zadel Skolovsky 

*Orchestra reduction for second piano by Florence Frantz 
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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 
Eleventh Season — 1934-3 5 

Ninth Students^ Concert 

Tuesday Evening, April 2, 1935, at 8:30 o'clock 

STUDENTS OF MISS VAN EMDEN 

'•'Vladimir Sokoloff at the Piano 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Spirate pur, spirate Stefano Donaudy 

Aria: "With Verdure Clad the Fields appear" from "The Creation" 

Joseph Haydn 

Roselein, Roselein) Robert Schumann 

Er ist's j Jane Shoaf 

II 

"Dido's Lament" from "Dido and Aeneas" Henry Purcell 

My native Land Alexander Gretchaninov 

Le f aune Claude Debussy 

"Tout gai!" from "Cinq Melodies Populaires Grecques" . Maurice Ravel 

Elsie MacFarlane 
III 

Quando ti rivedro Stefano Donaudy 

Fischerweise Franz Schubert 

Dein Angesicht ) Robert Schumann 

Marienwiirmchen j 

Christ went up into the Hills Richard Hageman 

Charlotte P^dley 
IV 
"Misero Pargoletto" from "Demofoonte" } 

Lachen und Weinen > Franz Schubert 

"Heiss mich nicht reden" from "Wilhelm Meister") 

L'heure delicieuse Victor Staub 

Aria: "L'annee en vain chasse I'annee" from "L'Enfant Prodigue" 

Claude Debussy 

Charlotte Daniels 

V 
Aria: "Oh! Had I Jubals's Lyre" from "Joshua" 

Georg Friedrich Handel 
Sehnsucht (Hinter jenen dichten Waldern) ) 

Ach, wende diesen Blick [ Johannes Brahms 

Spanisches Lied I 

Fiocca la neve Pietro Cimara 

Aria: "Ebben? Ne andro lontana" from "La Wally" Alfredo Catalani 

Irene Singer 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIR HALL 

Eleventh Season — 1934-3 5 

Tenth Students^ Concert 

Wednesday Evening, April 3, 1935, at 8:30 o'clock 

STUDENTS OF MR. SALMOND 
'-■Ralph Eerkowitz at the Piano 

PROGRAMME 

I 

First and second Movements from Concerto No. 1 in D minor 

Eduard Lalo 

Lento — Allegro maestoso 
Intermezzo 

Leonard Rose 

II 

Variations symphoniques, Opus 23 Leon Boellmann 

Samuel Mayes 

III 

Concerto No. 2 in D major Josef Haydn 

Allegro 

Adagio 

Allegro 

Howard Mitchell 

IV 

Sonata in A major Cesar Franck 

Allegretto ben moderato 

Allegro 

Recitativo — Fantasia 

Allegretto poco mosso 

Victor Gottlieb 

V 

Toccata Frescobaldi-Cassado 

Minuet with Variations Josef Haydn 

Prayer Ernest Bloch 

Pliaska. Russian Dance on a theme of Liadoff Gregor Piatigorsky 

Samues Mayes 

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The Curtis Institute of Music 

CASIMIH HALL 
Eleventh Season — 1934-3 5 

Eleventh Students* Concert 

Thursday Evening, April 11, 193 5, at 8:30 o'clock 

STUDENTS OF MR. SAPERTON 

PROGRAMME 

I 

First Movement from Sonata, Opus 81 A Ludwig van Beethoven 

Adagio — allegro 

Le Cygne Saint-Saens-Godowsky 

Constance Russell 

II 

First, second and third Movements from Sonata, Opus 5 

Johannes Brahms 

Allegro maestoso 
Andante espressivo 
Scherzo. Allegro encrgico 

Sidney Finkelstein 

III 

Moment musical in A flat major, Opus 94, No. 2 Franz Schubert 

Reflets dans I'eau Claude Debussy 

Eleanor Blum 

IV 

Prelude, Fugue and Variations, Opus 18 Cesar Franck 

For Piano by Harold Bauer 

Le Gibet Maurice Ravel 

Prelude No. 11 — Book II (Les tierc:s alternees) 

Richard Goodman 

V 

Ondine Maurice Ravel 

Variations on a Theme of Paganini, Opus 3 5 Johannes Brahms 

Books I and II 

Ezra Rachlin 

VI 

Concerto in G minor. Opus 22==' Camille Saint-Saens 

Andante sostenuto 
Allegro scherz'.ndo 
Presto 

Jeanette Weinstein 

*Orchestra Reduction for Second Piano by Vladimir Sokoloff 
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CASIMIR HALL 
Eleventh Season — 1934-3 5 



Twelfth Students^ Concert 

Ofuaenfs of 

MR. DE GOGORZA 
"Ralph Berkowitz at the Piano 



Wednesday Evening, May 8, 193 5, at 8:50 o'clock 



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PROGRAMME 



I 



Recitative and Aria: "De noirs pressentiments mon ame" from 

"Iphigenie en Tauride" Christoph Willibald Gluck 

Abrasha Robofsky 



II 

Aria: "Has a father with his children" from the 

Coffee Cantata Johann Sebastian Bach 

Der Doppelganger Franz Schubert 

Recitative and Aria: "O ruddier than the cherry" from 

"Acis and Galatea" George Frederic Handel 

Leonard Treash 



III 

Der Tambour J 

Auf trag ( Hugo Wolf 

Anakreon's Grab ( 

Trunken miissen wir alle sein / 

Lester Englander 



IV 

"Hear Me, Ye Winds and Waves!" George Frederic Handel 

from "Scipio" 

Scene from "Pelleas et MeHsande", Act IV, Scene II. Claude Debussy 
Eugene Loewenthal 



V 

Aus meinen Thranen spriessen j 

Die Rose, die LiUe, die Taube, die Sonne r Robert Schumann 

Wenn ich in deine Augen seh' ( 

Wanderlied / 

Aria: "Allmacht'ger Vater" from "Rienzi" Richard Wagner 

Fritz Krueger 



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PROGRAMME 

VI 

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„ , , V Johannes Brahms 

Standchen j 

Mondnacht ) Robert Schumann 

Friihlingsnacht | 

I am like the remnant of a cloud ) John Alden Carpenter 

When I bring you colour'd toys ( 

Ruth Carhart 



VII 

Scene from "Pelleas et Melisande", Act III, Scene I. . . Claude Debussy 
Granadina Spanish Folk-song harmonized by . . Placido de Montoliu 
Don Quichotte a Dulcinee (First time in America) . . . Maurice Ravel 

(a) Chanson Epique 

(b) Chanson a Boire 

Lester Englander 

VIII 
Aria: "Wahn! Wahn!" from "Die Meistersinger" Richard Wagner 

Leonard Treash 

IX 

Aria: "Deh vieni, non tardar" from "Le Nozze de Figaro" 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
Aria: "Una voce poco fa" from "II Barbiere di Siviglia" 

GiOACHiNO Rossini 

Call me no more Charles Wakefield Cadman 

Carol Deis 

X 

Aria: "La calunnia e un venticello" from "II Barbiere 

di Sivigha" Gioachino Rossini 

Song of the Flea Modest Moussorgsky 

Abrasha Robofsky 

XI 

An die Leier Franz Schubert 

Aria: "Madamina! il catalogo e questo" from 

"Don Giovanni" Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Eugene Loewenthal 

XII 

Prison-scene from "Faust" Charles Gounod 

Final trio 

Marion Sharp - Fritz Krueger - Leonard Treash 
•Student of Mr. Kaufman in Accompanying 



THE PHILADELPHIA 



presents 
G. A. ROSSINI'S 



THE BARBER OF 

(In English) 

by 

Artist-Students 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE ( 

ACADEMY OF MUSIC 
January 18, 1935 

FRITZ REINER, Music Director 
DR. HERBERT GRAF. Stage Direc 

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presents 
G. A. ROSSINI'S 



THE BARBER OF SEVILLE 



(In English) 

by 
Ar+ist-Students 

of 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

ACADEMY OF MUSIC 
January 18, 1935 

FRITZ REINER, Music Director 
DR. HERBERT GRAF, Stage Director 



CAST 

COUNT ALMAVIVA ALBERT MAHLER (Graduate) 

BARTOLO ABRASHA ROBOFSKY 

ROSINA MARGARET CODD (Graduate) 

FIGARO DONALD BELT7 (Guest Artist) 

FIORELLO LEONARD TREASH 

BASILIO EUGENE LOEWENTHAL 

AMBROGIO SYLVAN LEVIN (Graduate) 

BERTA RUTH CARHART 

OFFICER OF THE GUARD LESTER ENGLANDER 

Chorus of men from the Philadelphia Orchestra Opera Association 

SYNOPSIS OF SCENES 

Act I. Scene I — A street in Seville 

II— Figaro's Barber Shop 

III— A street in Seville 

IV— Room in Bortolo's house 
Act II, Scene I— Music Room in Bortolo's house 

II— Dining Room 

(Dr. Graf has originated a new stage form of presen- 
tation for this performance, adding three new scenes) 

Assistant Conductor SYLVAN LEVIN 

Assistant Conductor BORIS GOLDOWSKY 

Scenery suggested by Dr. Herbert Graf and executed by A. Jarin Studios 
Costumes by Van Horn & Sons 



Dr. Herbert Graf came from Europe to Philadelphia last tall to talie the stage 
opera of the Philadelphia Orchestra Association. He was director of the Municipa 
the leader of the Opera School at Franlcfurt-am-Main. 


direction of the 
Opera and also 


Dr. Graf has developed new and modern Ideas in staging operas and also i 
performance in the Opera School. He was associated also with the operas in Br 
Basel. Switzerland, and Prague, Ciechoslovakia. After leaving Philadelphia Dr. Gr 
to the Firenze Festival, Italy, in May, staging Mozart's opera "Escape from the Se 
Vienna State Opera, Bruno Walter conducting. 


™ a new kind of 
eslau, Germany; 
af goes directly 
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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

DR. JOSEF HOFMANN, Director 



presents 



THE BARBER OF SEVILLE 

(in English) 

OPERA IN TWO ACTS 

Music by GiOACHiNO Rossini 

Original Italian text by Cesare Sterbini 

English translation by Natalia MacFarren 



SUNDAY EVENING, MARCH 24,1935 



AT 8.30 O CLOCK 



CONCERT HALL 
THE JUILLIARD SCHOOL OF MUSIC 

130 CLAREMONT AVENUE, NEW YORK CITY 



Fpn"7 R FiKTPn 



tor 



THE BARBER OF SEVILLE 

MARCH 24, 1935 



Owing to illness, Ruth Carhart 
is unable to appear 

The ROLE OF "berta" v/ill be sung 
BY Charlotte daniels 



i (graduate) 

lA ROBOFSKY 

> (gradtcate) 
guest artist) 

ARD TrEASH 
.OEWENTHAL 
FH CaRHART 
ARD TreASH 



nductor 
nductor 



Scenery planned by Dr. Graf and executed by A. Jarin Studios 
Costumes by van Horn & Sons 
The piano is a Steinway 



Fritz Reiner T^usic Director 

IDr. Herbert Graf Stage Director 

THE CAST 

Count Almaviva Albert Mahler (graduate) 

Bartolo Abrasha Robofsky 

Rosina Margaret Codd (graduate) 

Figaro Donald Beltz (*guest artist) 

Fiorello Leonard Treash 

Basilic Eugene Loewenthal 

Berta Ruth Carhart 

Officer of the Guard Leonard Treash 

Men's chorus from the Philadelphia Orchestra Opera 
*Graduate of the Juilliard School of Music 

THE CURTIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

Fritz Reiner, Conductor 

Sylvan Levin Assistant Conductor 

Boris Goldovsky Assistant Conductor 

The action takes place in Seville in the 17th century 

Act I : A street in Seville 

Figaro's barber shop 

A street in Seville 

A room in Bartolo's house 

Act II : Music room in Bartolo's house 
Dining-room in Bartolo's house 



Scenery planned by Dr. Graf and executed by A. Jarin Studios 
Costumes by van Horn & Sons 
The piano is a Steinway 




FIRE NOTICE 

Look around NOW 
and choose the exit 
nearest to your seat. 
In case of fire, walk 
(don't run) to that 
exit. Do not try to 
beat your neighbor 
to the street. 



RED LIGHTS 

INDICATE 

EXITS 



The Pennsylvania Museum of Art 

1934-1935 

Seventh Season of Chamber Music Concerts 

Under the artistic direction of Dr. Louis Bailly 

Presented by 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

Dr. Josef Hofmann, Director 
November 11, 1934, at 8:15 P. M. 

4> — 

PROGRAMME 

I. 

String Quartet in A major, Opus 33 Ernst von Dohnanyi 

(1877- ) 

Allegro agitato e appassionato 
Andante religiose con variazoni 
Vivace giocoso 

The Casimir Quartet 

Charles Jaffe ) vf Virginia Majewski, Viola 

EuDicE Shapiro ) Victor Gottlieb, Violoncello 

n. 

Sonata for Violin and Piano Guillaume Lekeu (1870-1894) 

EuDicE Shapiro, Violin 
Joseph Levine, Piano 

III. 

Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 in F major for 

Trumpet, Flute, Oboe and Violin Soli, 

Piano and Strings ensemble Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 

Allegro 
Andante 
Allegro assai 

Samuel Krauss, Trumpet 
Harold Bennett, Flute 
Harold Gomberg, Oboe 
Nathan Snader, Violin 

Zadel Skolovsky, Piano Julius Salkin i y / 

Leon Zawisza 1 Leonard Frantz ) 

David Frisina I y.^j.^^ Rowland Cresswell ( yi„i„„^^i[.j 

Frederick Vogelgesang ( William Klenz J vwioncetw 

Rafael Druian J William Valentine, Double Bass 

Conducted by Dr. Louis Bailly 



The next concert will be given December 16, 1934 



The Steinway is the official piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 



The Pennsylvania Museum of Art 

1934-1935 

Seventh Season of Chamber Music Concerts 

Under the artistic direction of Dr. Louis Bailly 

Presented by 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

Dr. Josef Hofmann, Director 
December 16th, 1934, at 8:15 P. M. 

PROGRAMME 

I. 

Quintet in C major, Opus 5, for Two Violins, Two Violas 

and Violoncello Johan Svendsen 

Andant<^— Allegro (1840-1911) 

Tema con variazioni 
Finale. Allegro 
Violins: Marian Head and Nathan Snader. Violas: Leonard Mogill and 
Leonard Frantz. Violoncello: Harry Gorodetzer. 

II. 
Lieder eines f ahrenden Gesellen Gustav Mahler 

Wenn mein Scjiatz Hochzeit macht . . . (1860-1911) 

Ging heut' morgens iibers Feld . . . 
Ich hab' eingliihend Messer . . . 
Die zwei blauen Augen von meinem Schatz . . . 
Charlotte Daniels, Mezzo-soprano, and Vladimir Sokoloff, Piano 

III. 
Prelude, Recitatif et Variations for Flute, Viola and Piano 

Maurice Durufle 
(1902- ) 
Virginia Majewski, Viola Harold Bennett, Fluie 

Zadel Skolovsky, Piano 

IV. 

Spanish popular carols Joaquin Nin 

Villancico de Cordoba (1883- ) 

Villancico Castellano 
Villancico Catalan 
Villancico Andaluz 
Charlotte Daniels and Vladimir Sokoloff 

V. 
Concerto Grosso for Piano and Strings ensemble Ernest Block 

Prelude (1880- ) 

Dirge 

Pastorale and rustic dance 
Fugue 

Ralph Berkowitz, Piano 
Violins: Marian Head, Nathan Snader, Leon Zawisza, Frederick Vogel- 
gesang, David Frisina, Rafael Druian, Ralph Schaeffer, David 
Schwartz 
Violas: Leonard Mogill, Leonard Frantz, Julius Salkin, 'Walter 

Riediger 
Violoncellos: Harry Gorodetzer, Samuel Mayes, Rowland Cresswell, 

William Klenz 
Double-Basses: Emdlio de Palm a, William Valentine 

Conducted by Dr. Louis Bailly 



The next concert will be given February 10, 193 5 



The Steinway is the of&cial piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 



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The Pennsylvania Museum of Art 

1934-1935 

Seventh Season of Chamber Music Concerts 

Under the artistic direction of Dr. Louis Bailly 

Presented by 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

Dr. Josef Hofmann, Director 
February 10, 1935, at 8.15 P. M. 

programme 

Balletto for String Orchestra Allessandro Pogleetti 

Arranged by William Strasser ( — died 1683) 

Entree — Gavotte — Amener — Allemande — Courente — 
Sarabande — Gavotte 

Violins: Marian Head, Nathan Snader, Leon Zawisza, Kurt Polonarioff, 

David Frisina, Rafael Druian, Ralph Schaeffer, Jacob Stahl 

Violas: Simon Asin, Leonard Frantz, Walter Riediger, David Schwartz, 

Violoncellos: Harry Gorodetzer, Samuel Mayes, Roxjtland Cress^tell, 

Leonard Rose, William Klenz, Paul Bergstrom 

Conducted by Dr. Louis Bailly 

Sonata in G minor for Two Violins and Piano 

Georg Friedrich Handel 
(1685-1759) 

Andante — Allegro — Largo — Allegro 

Frederick Vogelgesang and Rafael Druian, Violins 

Ralph Berkowitz, Piano 

Quintet in F major, Opus 88, for Two Violins, Two Violas 

and Violoncello Johannes Brahms 

(1833-1897) 

Allegro non troppo ma con brio 

Grave ed appassionato — Allegretto vivace — Presto — Grave 

Allegro energico 

Charles Taffe ) ■,,■,■ Virginia Majewski } ,,. , 

•' V Violins S- Violas 

Eudice Shapiro ) Leonard Mogill ) 

Victor Gottlieb, Violoncello 

Poeme for Piano and String Quartet Gabriel Dupont 

(1878-1914) 

Sombre et douloureux 
Clair et calme 
Joyeux et ensoleille 
Marian Head \ tt- ;• Virginia Majewski, Viola 



Nathan Snader ) Harry Gorodetzer, Violoncello 

Ezra Rachlin, Piano 



The next concert will he given March 10, 193 5 



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The Pennsylvania Museum of Art 

1934-1935 

Seventh Season of Chamber Music Concerts 

Under the artistic direction of Dr. Louis Bailly 

Presented by 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

Dr. Josef Hofmann, Director 
March 10, 193 5, at 8:15 P. M. 

PROGRAMME 
Concertino in F minor for String Orchestra 

Arranged by Sam Franko GiOVANNI BaTTISTA PeRGOLESI 

(1710-1736) 

Largo — Allegro giusto — Andante — Allegro con spirito 

Violins: Eudice Shapiro, Frederick Vogelgesang, Leon Zawisza, Marian Head, 
Rafael Druian, David Frisina, Kurt Polnarioff, Jacob Stahl, Noah 
Bielski, Ralph Schaeffer 

Violas: Virginia Majewski, Leonard Frantz, Walter Riediger, David Schwartz, 
Simon Asin 

Violoncellos: Samuel Mayes, William Klenz, Leonard Rose, Paul Bergstrom 

Double-Bass: Russell Brodine 

Conducted by DR. LOUIS BAILLY 

MarienUeder. A Cycle of eleven songs for Voice and 

String Quartet Hermann Zilcher 

(1881- ) 

Jane Shoaf, Soprano 

Ralph Schaeffer \ Simon Asin, Viola 

Kurt Polnarioff \ "^ "" William Kxenz, Violoncello 

Quintet in F minor for Piano and Strings Cesar Franck 

(1822-1890) 

Molto moderato quasi lento. Allegro 
Lento, con molto sentimento 
Allegro non troppo, ma con furioso 

Jeannette Weinstein, Viano 

THE CASIMIR QUARTET 

Charles Jaffe \ Virginia Majewski, Viola 

Eudice Shapiro ) '" '"^ Victor Gottlieb, Violoncello 



The next concert will be given April 14, 193 5 



The Steinway is the Official Piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 



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The Pennsylvania Museum of Art 

1934- 1935 

Seventh Season of Chamber Music Concerts 

Under the artistic direction of Dr. Louis Bailly 

Presented by 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

Dr. Josef Hofmann, Director 
April 14, 1935, at 8.15 P.M. 

PROGRAMME 

I. 

Sonata No. 1 for String Orchestra Henry Purcell (1658-1695) 

Maestoso — Vivace 
Adagio — Presto 
Largo — Canzone 

Conductor — Louis Bahlly 

II. 

Ballade in A flat major, Opus 47 Frederic Chopin (1810-1849) 

Le Coucou Louis Claude Daquin (1694-1772) 

Tambourin 

Le Rappel des oiseauxj 

Petrouchka Igor Stravinsky (1882- ) 

Zadel Skolovsky — Piano 



> Jean Philippe Rameau (1683-1764) 



III. 

L'enfant prodigue Claude Debussy (1862-1918) 

My lovely Celia George Monro (died 1731) 

Christ is risen Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873- ) 

Lullaby Alexander Gretchaninoff (1864- ) 

Summer Nights Sergei Rachmaninoff 

Vera Resnikoff", Soprano 
Mrs. John F. Braun at the piano 

IV. 
Concert in D major, Opus 21 for Piano, Violin and String Quartet 

Ernest Chausson (185 5-1899) 

Decide — Sicilienne — Grave — Finale (Tres anime) 
Jennie Robinor, Piano Charles Jaffe, Violin 

EuDicE Shapiro ) y /■ Virginia Majewski, Viola 

Marian Head ) '° "" Victor Gottlieb, Violoncello 

V. 

Espafioleta for Chamber Orchestra Anonymous (XV Century) 

PassacagUa for Violins and Violas ensemble Handel-Halvorsen 

Conductor — Louis Bailly 

Flutes: Harold Bennett. George Morey. 

Oboes: Harold Gomberg, Rhadames Angeluccl 

Harp: Ariel Perry. 

Violins: Eudice Shapiro, Frederick Vogelgesang, Leon Zawisza, Marian Head, 

Armand di Camillo, Kurt Polnarioff, Noah Bielski, Jacob Stahl, Rafael 

Druian, David Frisina. 
Violas: Virginia Majewski, Leonard Mogill, Simon Asin, Leonard Frantz, 

Walter Riediger, Julius Salkin, David Schwartz. 
Violoncellos: Samuel Mayes, William Klenz, Rowland Cresswell, Leonard Rose, 

Paul Bergstrom. 
'Double-Bass: Russell Brodine, William Torello. 

The Steinway is the Official Piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 
Lyon and Healy Harps 



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WESTTOWN SCHOOL 

WESTTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 
Saturday Evening, November 10, 1934 at 7:30 o'clock 



Charlotte Ridley, Soprano 
Jean Spitzer, Violinist 
Samuel Mayes, Violoncellist 
Ralph Berkowitz, Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

^t^ 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Variations symphoniques, Opus 23 Leon Boellmann 

Mr. Mayes 

II 

O del mio amato Ben Stefano Donaudy 

Madchens Wunsch Frederic Chopin 

Widmung Robert Schumann 

Miss Ridley 

III 

Gavotte in E major Bach-Kreisler 

Der Sohn der Haide Keler-Bela 

Miss Spitzer 

IV 

Prayer Ernest Bloch 

Sicilienne Paradis-Duskin 

Serenade espagnole. Opus 20, No. 2 Alexander Glazounov 

Mr. Mayes 

V 
The Mouse ) 

Baby is sleeping >• Bainbridge Crist 

The old Woman ) 

The Year's at the Spring Mrs. H. H. A. Beach 

Miss Ridley 

VI 

Air de lensky Tschaikovsky-Auer 

Grotesque March Erich Wolfgang Korngold 

Tarantella, Opus 28, No. 2 Karol Szymanowski 

Miss Spitzer 

The Steinway is the oflScial piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 



UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE 

NEWARK, DELAWARE 
Thursday Evening, November 22, 1934 at 8 o'clock 



EuDicE Shapiro, Violinist 
Cecille Geschichter, Pianist 
Fritz Krueger, Tenor 
Donald Wilcox, Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

— 4> — 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Second Movement from "Ruralia Hungarica", Opus 32a 

Ernst Dohnanyi 

Polonaise de concert No. 1 in D major Henri Wieniawski 

Miss Shapiro 

II 

Die Liebe hat gelogen Franz Schubert 

Ouvre tes yeux bleus Jules Massenet 

Aria: "Vesti la giubba" from "Pagliacci". . . Ruggiero Leoncavallo 

Mr. Krueger 

III 

Variations in F minor Joseph Haydn 

Miss Geschichter 

IV 

Sicilienne Paradis-Dushkin 

Waltz in A major, Opus 39, No. 15 Johannes Brahms 

Spinning Song, Opus 5 5, No. 1 Popper-Auer 

Miss Shapiro 

V 

Bondage Marguerite Lawrence Test 

A Spirit Flower Campbell-Tipton 

Mountains Oscar Rasbach 

Mr. Krueger 

VI 

Barcarolle, Opus 44 Anatol Constantinovich Liadov 

Rondo a capriccio, Opus 129 (Wrath over the lost Penny) 

LuDwiG van Beethoven 

Leyenda Isaac Albeniz 

Miss Geschichter 

The Steinway is the oflScial piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 



THE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL 

OF PHILADELPHIA 
THE MARY GASTON BARNWELL FOUNDATION 

(FIDELITY-PHILADELPHIA TRUST COMPANY. TRUSTEE) 

THE FORTY-EIGHTH ADDRESS 

OF 

THE BARNWELL COURSE 
"METEOR CRATER IN ARIZONA" 

BY 

CLYDE FISHER, Ph.D., LL.D. 

CURATOR, THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 
MUSICAL PROGRAM BY 

STUDENT ARTISTS OF THE CURTIS INSTITUTE 




THE BALL ROOM 
PENN ATHLETIC CLUB 

MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 10. 1934 

AT EIGHT-FIFTEEN O'CLOCK 



THE MARY GASTON BARNWELL FOUNDATION 

The Mary Gaston Barnwell Foundation, a unique institution in the 
annals of public education in America, owes its existence to the late James 
G. Barnwell, a graduate of the 16th Class, Central High School, who 
became Librarian of the University of Pennsylvania (1884-1886) and 
the Library Company of Philadelphia (1887-1907). Retiring at the 
age of 74, he lived until February 23, 1919. ten days after his 86th 
birthday. In his Will he wrote: 

"Whatever reputation and success I have attained, however 
moderate, being the result, under Providence of two causes. First, the 
training of a good mother who always inculcated and practiced the highest 
principles of honor and especially of moral courage regardless of immediate 
or apparent results, and Secondly, to the education which I received in the 
Public Schools of Philadelphia and especially in the Central High School. 
I wish to honor the memory of that mother by practically encouraging 
and rewarding the practice of the same high principles by the Students and 
Graduates of the School." 

Mr. Barnwell left his entire residuary estate, amounting to upwards 
of $320,000 for the benefit of the students and the graduates of the 
Central High School of Philadelphia. This Trust is named the Mary 
Gaston Barnwell Foundation, in honor of the Testator's mother, and is 
administered by the Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company as Trustee. 
Under the Plan of Administration, a Committee of three members, con- 
sisting of the President of the Central High School, the President of 
the Associated Alumni, and the President of the Fidelity-Philadelphia 
Trust Company, is an ex-officio Advisory Committee. 

The Foundation became operative in 1922 and has initiated 
various activities to carry out the intentions of the Testator. In addition 
to establishing a Lectureship in Ethics and making grants for the purchase 
of appropriate books for the Central High School Library, it established 
the Barnwell Honor Roll of meritorious students and co-operated with the 
Associated Alumni in the erection of two concrete grandstands on Houston 
Field, the School's athletic grounds. 

The Barnwell Course of Addresses by notable leaders in education, 
letters, art, music, athletics, and allied fields of interest was begun in 
March, 1922. A complete list of the Barnwell speakers and their subjects 
forms part of this program. At the present time there are usually four 
Barnwell Addresses during the school year. 



PROGRAM 

PRESIDING OFFICER 

DR. JOHN L. HANEY (100th Class) 

PRESIDENT OF THE CENTRAL HIOH SCHOOL 
ADDRESS 

"METEOR CRATER IN ARIZONA" 

CLYDE FISHER, Ph.D., LL.D. 

CURATOR, THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY 

MUSICAL PROGRAM 

STUDENT ARTISTS OF THE CURTIS INSTITUTE 

Maryjane Mayhew, Harpist Jean Spitzer, Violinist 

Eugene LoeWENTHAL, Basso Ralph Berkowitz, Accompanist 

I 

Impromptu Caprice Gabriel Pierne 

Giga Arcangelo Corelli 

Zephyrs Carlos Salzedo 

Whirlwind Carlos Salzedo 

Miss Mayhew 

I 

if Aria: "M'appari" from "Martha" . .Friedricb von Flotow 

Bois epais Jean Baptiste Lully 

Spirit Flower Campbell-Tipton 

Invictus Bruno Hulin 

Fritz. Krueger 

III 

Gavotte in E major Bach-Kreislec 

Air de Lensky Tschaikovsky-Auer 

Grotesque March Erich Wolfgang Korngold 

Tarantella, Opus 28, No. 2 Karol Szymanowski 

Miss Spitzer 



THE BARNWELL ADDRESSES 

The earliest Barnwell Addresses were: (1) "A Real Education" by 
Dr. Lewis H. Perry; (2) "The Bible and Liberal Education" by Dr. Josiah H. 
Penniman; (3) "The True American" by Hon. George Wharton Pepper; 
(4) "The Meaning of Education" by Dr. Alfred E. Stearns; (5) "Why Go 
to School at All" by Dr. Andrew P. West; (6) "Horizons" Dr. Boyd Ed- 
wards; (7) "The Lost Sense of Values" by Hon. James M. Beck; (8) "Can 
Western Civilization Be Salvaged?" by Mr. Glenn Frank; (9) "Memories of 
the Middle Border" by Mr. Hamlin Garland; (10) "Thirty Years Among the 
Labrador Fishermen" by Dr. Wilfred T. Grenfell; (11) "The Education of 
Abraham Lincoln" by Dr. Cheesman A. Herrick; (12) "The American Rhodes 
Scholar at Oxford" by Dr. Frank Aydelotte; (13) "The Outlook for 
Democracy" by Rev. Dr. S. Parkes Cadman; (14) "The Value of Early Train- 
ing in Initiative" by Rear Admiral William S. Sims; (15) "A Boy's Life in 
an English Public School" by Mr. J. Lewis Paton; (16) "Unsolved Problems 
of Our Foreign Relations" by Hon. Simeon D. Fess; (17) "Government and 
the Individual" by Hon. George H. Moses; (18) "The Human Side of 
Chemistry" by Dr. Edward E. Slosson; (19) "The Higher Meaning of 
Education" by Dr. Michael I. Pupin; (20) "Creative Education in the School" 
by Dr. Henry F. Osborn; (21) "Sons and Daughters of the City" by Dr. John 
H. Finley; (22) "The Significance of the City College Movement" by Dr. 
George F. Zook; (23) "Making Men" by Mr. Amos Alonzo Stagg; (24) 
"What Can Music Do For You?" by Dr. Leopold Stokowski; (25) "The 
Value of the Commonplace" by Right Rev. Dr. James E. Freeman; (26) "The 
Significance of Shakespeare" by Prof. Felix E. SchcUing; (27) "Books and 
Experience" by Dr. J. Duncan Spaeth; (28) "A Century of War and Peace" 
by Dr. E. P. Cheyney; (29) "Lasting Values in Athletics" by Mr. Fielding H. 
Yost; (30) "Art and Contemporary Society" by Mr. Ralph Adams Cram; 

(31) "New Responsibilities of Citizenship" by Dr. William John Cooper; 

(32) "The Magic Realm of the Arts" by Dr. Henry Turner Bailey. 

The more recent Barnwell Addresses have been as follows: 

33. "BEAUTY IN AMERICAN LIFE" 

Dr. LORADO TAFT, Sculptor and Author 

34. "FEAR AND EXPLORATION" 

Dr. William BEEBE, Scientist and Author 

35. "TOWARD AN UNDERSTANDING WORLD" 

REV. WILLIAM T. LOCKE, Traveler and Publicist 

36. "MONASTERY, BARGAIN COUNTER, OR LABORATORY IN 

EDUCATION" 
Dr. John Dewey, Philosopher and Educator 

37. "A SCIENTIFIC ADVENTURE" 

DR. GEORGE E. Vincent, Rockefeller Foundation 
3 8. "AMERICAN IDEALS IN A CHANGING AGE" 

Mr. James Grafton Rogers. Department of State 

3 9. "OUR PRESENT DISCONTENTS" 

Rev. Dr. Charles A. Richmond, Union University 

40. "THE RETURN OF THE LIBERALS" 

Dr. Arthur H. QUINN, University of Pennsylvania 

41. "WHAT IS AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP?" 

Hon. Harry S. McDEVITT, Court of Common Pleas 

42. "THE TREND OF THOUGHT IN NATURAL PHILOSOPHY" 

Dr. Wm. F. G. SwANN, Bartol Research Foundation 

43. "WHICH WAY CULTURE?" 

Dr. John ERSKINE, JuilUard School of Music 

44. "THE HIGHER PROVINCIALISM" 

Dr. Cornelius WEYGANDT, University of Pennsylvania 

45. "THE GIFT OF INTELLIGENCE" 

Dr. Frank P. Graves, University of the State of New York 

46. "YOUR NORTHERN NEIGHBOUR" 

Sir Robert A. Falconer, University of Toronto 

47. "EDUCATION IN THE DEMOCRATIC STATE" 

Dr. Harry W. Chase, New York University 



UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE 

NEWARK, DELAWARE 
Thursday Evening, January 10, 193 5, at 8 o'clock 



Eugene Loewenthal, Basso 

Jean Spitzer, Violinist 

Joseph Levine, Pianist and Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I 

An die Musik | P^^^^ Schubert 

Mut! j 

Heimliche Aufforderung Richard Strauss 

Mr. Loewenthal 

II 

Gavotte in E major Bach-Kreisler 

Fourth Movement from the "Symphonie espagnole" Edouard Lalo 

Andante 

Grotesque March Erich Wolfgang Korngold 

Valse bluette Richard Drigo 

Miss Spitzer 

III 

Scherzo No. 3 in C sharp minor, Opus 39) 

Berceuse in D flat major. Opus 57 \ Frederic Chopin 

Revolutionary Etude, Opus 10, No. 3 ) 

Mr. Levine 

IV 

Tally-ho! Franco Leoni 

Deep River Negro Spiritual 

Happy three Joseph L. Roeckel 

Invictus Bruno Huhn 

Mr. Loewenthal 

V 

Air de Lensky Tschaikovsky-Auer 

Poupee valsante Poldini-Kreisler 

Hungarian Dance No. 1 Johannes Brahms 

Miss Spitzer 

VI 

"On the Trail" from "Grand Canyon Suite" Ferde Grope 

Reflets dans I'eau Claude Debussy 

"Concert Paraphrase" from "Artists' Life" Strauss-Schutt 

Mr. Levine 

The Steinway is the oflScial piano of The Curtis Institute of Music 



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WESTTOWN SCHOOL 

WESTTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 
Saturday Evening, January 12, 1935, at 7:30 o'clock 



Nathan Snader, Violinist 
Charlotte Daniels, Soprano 
William Harms, Pianist 
Vladimir Sokoloff, Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Preludio Johann Sebastian Bach 

Legende, Opus 17 Henri Wieniawski 

Hejre Kati Jeno Hubay 

Mr. Snader 

II 

Vaghissima sembianza \ Stefano Donaudy 

Spirate pur, spirate 



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Villancico de Cordoba , Joaquin Nin 

Yillancico andaluz j 

Miss Daniels 

III 

Minstrels ) 

Clair de lune [ Claude Debussy 

Reflets dans I'eau) 

Mr. Harms 

IV 

Sevilla Albeniz-Heifetz 

Short Story George Gershwin 

Scherzo Tarantelle, Opus 16 Henri Wieniawski 

Mr. Snader 

V 
On a Screen \ 

e a sque k from "Watercolors" . . John Alden Carpenter 

Highwaymen I *' 

To young Gentleman/ 

Miss Daniels 



VI 

I 
Hungarian Rhapsody No 



Gnomenreigen ) Franz Liszt 



Mr. Harms 

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MARYWOOD COLLEGE 

SCRANTON, PENNSYLVANIA 

Wednesday Afternoon, January 16, 193 5, at 2 o'clock 

Jean Spitzer, Violinist 

Charlotte Daniels, Soprano 

Ralph Berkowitz, Pianist and Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Nocturne in F major, Opus 15, No. 1 \ 

"Waltz in G flat major. Opus 70, No. If ^ ' > ^ 

r^ A • r> r\ in TvT 1 / rREDERIC ChOPIN 

Etude m C major, Opus 10, No. 1 ( 

Etude in C minor. Opus 10, No. 12 / 

Mr. Berkowitz 

II 

Gavotte in E major Bach-Kreisler 

Grotesque March Eric Wolfgang Korngold 

Fourth Movement from the "Symphonic espagnole" Edouard Lalo 

Andante 

Ipanema Darius Milhaud 

Miss Spitzer 

III 

Vaehissima sembianza) c t^ 

c ■ ■ > Stefano Donaudy 

bpirate pur, spirate I 

Villancico de Cordoba) 

Villancico andaluz f Joaquin Nin 

Miss Daniels 

IV 

Second Movement from "Sonatine" Maurice Ravel 

Mouvement de Menuet 

Minstrels Claude Debussy 

Gnome Modeste Moussorgsky 

Danse rituelle du feu Manuel de Falla 

Mr. Berkowitz 

V 

Air de Lensky Tschaikovsky-Auer 

Poupee valsante Poldini-Kreisler 

Tarantella, Opus 2 8, No. 2 Karol Szymanowski 

Miss Spitzer 

VI 

The Shepherd's Sons | ,. ^ ^ 

She never told her Love/ J°^^^« ^^^°^ 

T /- ^1 /from "Watercolors" . John Alden Carpenter 

1 o a young Gentleman ) -^ 

Miss Daniels 

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SLEIGHTON FARM 
(Continued) 
-2- 



IV 



Prayer from "Jewish Life" Bloch 
Menuet from "La petite suite" Debussy- 
Allegro appassionato, Opus 45 Saint-Saens 
Mr. Rose 



V 



My Lover is a Fisherman 
The first Primrose 
Moon^ilar ke ting 
Blue are her Eyes 
Bird of the Wilderness 
Miss Shoaf 



Strickland 

Grieg 

Vu'eaver 

Watts 

Horsman 



VI 



Valse bluette 
Orientale, Opus 50, No. 9 
Scherzo-Tarentelle, Opus 16 
Mr. Schaeffer 



Drigo 

Cui 
Wieniawski 



PALICfRA HIGH SCHOOL 
Palmyra, New Jersey 

Thursday Morning, January 31, 1955 at 10:50 o'c]ock 

Margot Ros, Pianist 
Rafael Druian, Violinist 
Elsie Mac Far lane, Soprano 
Donald Wilcox, Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
PROGRA!«aiE 



Bagatelle 

Prelude in B minor 

Valse brillante 

Margot Ros 



Beethoven 

Chopin 

Chopin 



La Folia 



II 

Rafael Druian 
III 



Corelli-Kreisler 



Dido's Lament Purcell 

All through the Night Old Welsh 

I attempt from Love's Sickness 

to fly Purcell 

Elsie Mac Farlane 



IV 



Cuban Dance 

Elegy 

La Comparsa 

Tango 



Cervantes 
Fuentes 
Lecuona 
Albeniz 



PALMRA HIGH SCHOOL 
(Continued) 

-2- 



Praeludium and Allegro 
Mo to Perpetuo, Opus 11 

Rafael Druian 



Pugnani-Kreisler 
Paganini-Kreisler 



VI 



Burning out is the Sunset's 

red Flame Balaliirev 

Has Sorrow thy young Days 

shaded Old Irish 

The Night Wind Scott 

The Sleigh Kountz 

Elsie Mac Farlane 



ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE 
Elizabethtown, Penncylvania 

Tuesday Evening, February 5, 1955 at 8 o'clock 

Jane Shoaf, Soprano 

Joseph Levine, Pianist & Accompanist 

Frederick Vogelgesang, Violinist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
FROGRMME 
I 



Variations on a theme by Corelli 
Liebesfreude 

Mr. Vogelgesang 

II 

Spirate pur, spirate 
II mio bel foco 
Im Fruhling 
Der Jager 

Miss Shoaf 

III 



Tartini-Kreisler 
Kreisler 



Donaudy 
Marcello 
Schubert 
Brahms 



Nocturne ) 

Etude, Opus 25, No. 10 ) Chopin 

Berceuse ) 

Scherzo, Opus 59 in C sharp minor) 
Mr. Levine 



IV 



Valse bluette 
Serenade espagnole 
Perpetuura mobile 

Mr. Vogelgesang 



Drigo-Auer 

Charainade-Kreisler 

Ries 



ELIZABETHTOM COLLEGE 

(Continued) 

-2- 



My Lover is a Fisherman 
The first Primrose 
Moon-mar ke ting 
Blue are her Eyes 
Bird of the ^Hlderness 
Uiss Shoaf 



Strickland 

Grieg 

Weaver 

Watts 

Horsman 



VI 



Reflets dans I'eau 
March Wind 

Danse Russe from "Petrouchka 
Ballet" 

Mr. Levine 



Debussy 
MacDowell 

Stravinsky 



GEORGE SCHOOL 

GEORGE SCHOOL, PENNSYLVANIA 
Saturday Evening, February 9, 1935, at 8 o'clock 



Marjorie Call, Harpist 
Frederick Vogelgesang, Violinist 
Jane Shoaf, Soprano 
Vladimir Sokoloff, Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 



I 

Gavotte from "Le temple de la gloire" Rameau-Salzedo 

Gavotte from "Armide" 

Gavotte from "Sphigenia in Aulis' 

Tambourin Rameau-Salzedo 

Miss Call 



A Gluck-Salzedo 



n 

Variations on a theme by Corelli Tartini-Kreisler 

Liebesf reud Fritz Kreisler 

Mr. Vogelgesang 

III 

Spirate pur, spirate Stefano Donaudy 

II mio del foco Benedetto Marcello 

Im Friihling Franz Schubert 

Der Jager Johannes Brahms 

Miss Shoaf 

IV 

La fiUe aux cheveux de lin Claude Debussy 

On Donkey-back Carlos Salzedo 

En bateau Claude Debussy 

Miss Call 

V 

Valse bluette Richard Drigo 

Serenade espagnole Chaminade -Kreisler 

Perpetuum mobile. Opus 34, No. 5 Franz Ries 

Mr. Vogelgesang 

VI 

My Lover is a Fisherman Lily Strickland 

The first Primrose Edvard Grieg 

Moon-marketing Powell Weaver 

Blue are her Eyes Wintter. Watts 

Bird of the Wilderness Edward Horsman 

Miss Shoaf 

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S?' 



UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE 

NEWARK, DELAWARE 
Thursday Evening, March 14, 193 5, at 8 o'clock 



Donald Wilcox, Organist and Accompanist 
Victor Gottlieb, Violoncellist 
Leonard Treash, Basso 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 



PROGRAMME 

I 

"Herzlich tut mich verlaneen" ( t^^^^^t^.^c tj««»^^,o 

,,„ . . , „ , ° „ > Johannes Brahms 

Es ist ein Ros entsprungen j 

Marche Religieuse, Opus 15, No. 2 Alexandre Guilmant 

Mr. Wilcox 

n 

Rondino on a Theme by Beethoven Fritz Kreisler 

Piece en forme de Habanera Maurice Ravel 

Guitarre, Opus 45, No. 2 Moritz Moskowski 

Mr. Gottlieb 

III 

"It is enough" from "EUjah" Felix Mendelssohn 

Mr. Treash 

IV 

Chorale in A minor Cesar France 

Mr. Wilcox 

IV 

Berceuse from " Jocelyn" Benjamin Godard 

Nocturne in E flat major Chopin-Popper 

The Bee Franz Schubert 

Mr. Gottlieb 

VI 

The two Grenadiers, Opus 49, No. 1 Robert Schumann 

The Ocean Tramp Wintter Watts 

Sailormen Jacques Wolfe 

Quiet Wilfrid Sanderson 

The Wreck of the "Julie Plante" Geoffrey O'Hara 

Mr. Treash 

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THE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL 

OF PHILADELPHIA 
THE MARY GASTON BARNWELL FOUNDATION 

(FIDELITY-PHILADELPraA TRUST COMPANY, TRUSTEE) 

THE FORTY-NINTH ADDRESS 

OF 

THE BARNWELL COURSE ' 
"THE OLD BLUECOAT SCHOOL" 

BY 

WILLIAM HAMILTON FYFE, LL. D. 

PRINCIPAL AND VICE-CHANCELLOR, QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY 
MUSICAL PROGRAM BY 

STUDENT ARTISTS OF THE CURTIS INSTITUTE 




THE BALL ROOM 
PENN ATHLETIC CLUB 

THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 28, 1935 

AT EIGHT-FIFTEEN O'CLOCK 



THE MARY GASTON BARNWELL FOUNDATION 

The Mary Gaston Barnwell Foundation, a unique institution in the 
annals of public education in America, owes its existence to the late James 
G. Barnwell, a graduate of the 16th Class, Central High School, who 
became Librarian of the University of Pennsylvania (1884-1886) and 
the Library Company of Philadelphia (1887-1907). Retiring at the 
age of 74, he lived until February 23, 1919, ten days after his 86th 
birthday. In his Will he wrote: 

"Whatever reputation and success I have attained, however 
moderate, being the result, under Providence of two causes. First, the 
training of a good mother who always inculcated and practiced the highest 
principles of honor and especially of moral courage regardless of immediate 
or apparent results, and Secondly, to the education which I received in the 
Public Schools of Philadelphia and especially in the Central High School. 
I wish to honor the memory of that mother by practically encouraging 
and rewarding the practice of the same high principles by the Students and 
Graduates of the School." 

Mr. Barnwell left his entire residuary estate, amounting to upwards 
of $320,000 for the benefit of the students and the graduates of the 
Central High School of Philadelphia. This Trust is named the Mary 
Gaston Barnwell Foundation, in honor of the Testator's mother, and is 
administered by the Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company as Trustee. 
Under the Plan of Administration, a Committee of three members, con- 
sisting of the President of the Central High School, the President of 
the Associated Alumni, and the President of the Fidelity-Philadelphia 
Trust Company, is an ex-officio Advisory Committee. 

The Foundation became operative in 1922 and has initiated 
various activities to carry out the intentions of the Testator. In addition 
to establishing a Lectureship in Ethics and making grants for the purchase 
of appropriate books for the Central High School Library, it established 
the Barnwell Honor Roll of meritorious students and co-operated with the 
Associated Alumni in the erection of two concrete grandstands on Houston 
Field, the School's athletic grounds. 

The Barnwell Course of Addresses by notable leaders in education, 
letters, art, music, athletics, and allied fields of interest was begun in 
March, 1922. A complete list of the Barnwell speakers and their subjects 
forms part of this program. At the present time there arc usually four 
Barnwell Addresses during the school year. 



PROGRAM 

PRESIDING OFFICER 

DR. JOHN L. HANEY (100th Class) 

PRESIDENT OF THE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL 
ADDRESS 

''THE OLD BLUECOAT SCHOOL" 

WILLIAM HAMILTON FYFE, LL. D. 

PRINCIPAL AND VICE-CHANCELLOR, QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY 

MUSICAL PROGRAM 

STUDENT ARTISTS OF THE CURTIS INSTITUTE 

William Harms, Pianist Eugene Loewenthal, Basso 

Marian Head, Violinist Donald Wilcox, Accompanist 

I 

Prelude in A minor Claude Debussy 

Dance of the Gnomes Franz Liszt 

Concert Arabesques on the "Beautiful 

Blue Danube Waltz" Strauss-Schulz-Evelet 

Mr. Harms 

II 

Praeludium in E major Bach-Kreisler 

Romance in F major, Opus 50 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Danse espagnole from "La vida breve" de Falla-Kteisler 

Miss Head 

III 

Deep River Negro Spiritual 

Happy Three Joseph L. Roeckel 

Tommy, Lad! E. J. Margetson 

Tally-ho! Franco Leoni 

Mr. Loewenthal 



THE BARNWELL ADDRESSES 

The earliest Barnwell Addresses were: (1) "'A Real Education" by 
Dr. Lewis H. Perry; (2) "The Bible and Liberal Education" by Dr. Josiah H. 
Penniman; (3) "The True American" by Hon. George Wharton Pepper; 
(4) "The Meaning of Education" by Dr. Alfred E. Stearns; (5) "Why Go 
to School at AH" by Dr. Andrew F. West; (6) "Horizons" Dr. Boyd Ed- 
wards; (7) "The Lost Sense of Values" by Hon. James M. Beck; (8) "Can 
Western Civilization Be Salvaged?" by Mr. Glenn Frank; (9) "Memories of 
the Middle Border" by Mr. Hamlin Garland; (10) "Thirty Years Among the 
Labrador Fishermen" by Dr. Wilfred T. Grenfell; (11) "The Education of 
Abraham Lincoln" by Dr. Cheesman A. Herrick; (12) "The American Rhodes 
Scholar at Oxford" by Dr. Frank Aydclotte; (13) "The Outlook for 
Democracy" by Rev. Dr. S. Parkes Cadman; (14) "The Value of Early Train- 
ing in Initiative" by Rear Admiral William S. Sims; (15) "A Boy's Life in 
an English Public School" by Mr. J. Lewis Paton; (16) "Unsolved Problems 
of Our Foreign Relations" by Hon. Simeon D. Fess: (17) "Government and 
the Individual" by Hon. George H. Moses; (18) "The Human Side of 
Chemistry" by Dr. Edward E. Slosson; (19) "The Higher Meaning of 
Education" by Dr. Michael I. Pupin; (20) "Creative Education in the School" 
by Dr. Henry F. Osborn; (21) "Sons and Daughters of the City" by Dr. John 
H. Finley; (22) "The Significance of the City College Movement" by Dr. 
George P. Zook; (23) "Making Men" by Mr. Amos Alonzo Stagg; (24) 
"What Can Music Do For You?" by Dr. Leopold Stokowski; (25) "The 
Value of the Commonplace" by Right Rev. Dr. James E. Freeman; (26) "The 
Significance of Shakespeare ' by Prof. Felix E. Schelling; (27) "Books and 
Experience" by Dr. J. Duncan Spaeth; (28) "A Century of War and Peace" 
by Dr. E. P. Cheyney; (29) "Lasting Values in Athletics" by Mr. Fielding H. 
Yost; (30) "Art and Contemporary Society" by Mr. Ralph Adams Cram; 

(31) "New Responsibilities of Citizenship" by Dr. William John Cooper; 

(32) "The Magic Realm of the Arts" by Dr. Henry Turner Bailey; (33) 
"Beauty in American Life" by Dr. Lorado Taft. 

The more recent Barnwell Addresses have been as follows: 

34. "FEAR AND EXPLORATION" 

Dr. William BEEBE, Scientist and Author 

35. "TOWARD AN UNDERSTANDING WORLD" 

REV. William T. Locke, Traveler and Publicist 

36. "MONASTERY, BARGAIN COUNTER, OR LABORATORY IN 

EDUCATION" 
Dr. John Dewey, Philosopher and Educator 

37. "A SCIENTIFIC ADVENTURE" 

Dr. GEORGE E. Vincent, Rockefeller Foundation 

38. "AMERICAN IDEALS IN A CHANGING AGE- 

MR. James Grafton Rogers, Department of State 

39. "OUR PRESENT DISCONTENTS" 

Rev. Dr. Charles A. Richmond, Union University 

40. "THE RETURN OF THE LIBERALS" 

Dr. Arthur H. QuiNN, University of Pennsylvania 

41. "WHAT IS AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP?" 

Hon. Harry S. McDEVITT, Court of Common Pleas 

42. "THE TREND OF THOUGHT IN NATURAL PHILOSOPHY" 

Dr. WM. F. G. SwanN, Bartol Research Foundation 

43. "WHICH WAY CULTURE?" 

Dr. John ErSKINE, JuiUiard School of Music 

44. "THE HIGHER PROVINCIALISM" 

Dr. Cornelius WEYGANDT, University of Pennsylvania 

45. "THE GIFT OF INTELLIGENCE" 

Dr. Frank P. Graves, University of the State of New York 

46. "YOUR NORTHERN NEIGHBOUR" 

Sir Robert A. Falconer, University of Toronto 

47. "EDUCATION IN THE DEMOCRATIC STATE" 

Dr. Harry W. Chase, New York University 

48. "METEOR CRATER IN ARIZONA" 

Dr. Clyde Fisher, American Museum of Natural History 



C8 — sy 

WESTERN MARYLAND COLLEGE 

WESTMINSTER, MARYLAND 

Friday Evening, April 12, 19)5, at 8 o'clock 



Marian Head, Yiolinist 

Eugene Loewenthal, Basso 

Joseph Levine, Pianist and Accompanist 

of 

The Curtis Institute of Music 

PROGRAMME 

I 

Sonatina in D major. Opus 137, No. 1 Franz Schubert 

Miss Head 

II 

Danza, danza fanciuUa gentile Francesco Durante 

An die Leier Franz Schubert 

Le tambour major Ambroise Thomas 

Mr. Loewenthal 

III 

Nocturne in C sharp minor. Opus 27, No. 1 J 
Etude in B minor. Opus 25, No. 10 > Opus 57 

Berceuse (Cradle Song) in D flat major ( 

Scherzo in C sharp minor. Opus 39 / 

Frederic Chopin 
Mr. Levine 

IV 

Menuett Porpora-Kreisler 

Valse bluette Richard Drigo 

Tambourin chinois Fritz Kreisler 

Miss Head 

V 

Tally-ho! Franco Leoni 

Happy three Joseph L, Roeckel 

The Pirate Song Henry F. Gilbert 

Invictus Bruno Huhn 

Mr. Loewenthal 

VI 

Reflets dans I'eau Claude Debussy 

March Wind, Opus 46, No. 10 Edward MacDowell 

"Danse Russe" from "Petrouchka Ballet" Igor Stravinsky 

Mr. Levine 

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WOMAN'S CLUB OF SWARTmiORE 
Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 

Tuesday Evening, April 16, 1935 at 8:50 o'clock 

Eudice Shapiro, Violinist 
Jacob Stahl, Violinist 
Virginia Majev/ski, Violist 
Samuel Mayes, Violoncellist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

PROGRAiME 

I 

Quartet, Opus 64, No. 5 Haydn 

(The Lark) 

II 

Interludiura in raodo antico. 

Opus 15, No. 5 Glazounow 

Irish Reel Pochon 

Drink to me only with thine Eyes Old English 
The Mill R^ff 



THE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL 

OF PHILADELPHIA 

THE FIFTIETH BARNWELL ADDRESS 




JAMES G. BARNWELL 

February 13, 183 3 — February 23, 1919 

THE BALL ROOM 
PENN ATHLETIC CLUB 

WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 24, 1935 

AT EIGHT-FIFTEEN O'CLOCK 



STORY OF THE OPERA 

The opera " MARTHA." by Friedrich Freiherr von Flotow, is 
one of the most popular ever produced. It was first sung in Paris 
in 1844, and had its New York premiere in 1852. The leading 
roles have been sung by Caruso, Hempel, Sembrich. Homer, Plan- 
^on, and many other outstanding artists. 

The lovely Lady Harriet, maid of honor to Queen Anne, is 
wearied by the monotony of court life. The songs of the peasants 
on their way to the fair, at Richmond, incite her to accompany 
them in disguise under the name of Martha. Her cousin, Sir Tris- 
tan de Mickleford, and her maid, Nancy, are induced to accom- 
pany her. 

Two young farmers, Plunkett and Lionel, offer to hire Mar- 
tha and Nancy as servants. They accept the earnest-fee which 
legally binds them to their masters for twelve months. Tristan's 
attempts to turn the affair into a joke fail and he is driven from 
the fair. Lady Harriet now sees she has gone too far to withdraw. 
The young men carry her and Nancy off to their farm-house and 
finding them unacquainted with menial duties, proceed to instruct 
them. This occurs in the Second Act, which is to be sung on this 
evening's program. Lionel falls in love with Martha and when 
they are alone asks her to marry him. The lady laughs at him. 
After the farmers have retired for the night, Tristan, who has 
traced their whereabouts, enters and carries off Martha and Nancy. 

Sometime later, Lionel encounters Lady Harriet while she is 
on a hunting party with the Queen. He pleads his passion with 
more warmth than before and insists upon the fulfillment of her 
contract. The hunters arrive and Lady Harriet informs them that 
Lionel is mad. The lover is almost crazed by her indifference. 
Lionel's father, on his death-bed, gave him a ring, with the charge 
that whenever Lionel is in distress, the ring should be given to the 
Queen. The ring is presented to the royal hands by Lady Harriet 
and Lionel proves to be the only son of the banished Earl of 
Derby. The young earl is reinstated in his rank but his mind is 
distracted and he will take no comfort even from the lips of Lady 
Harriet, who offers him her hand and heart. Lady Harriet gets 
up an impromptu affair in her own park modelled after that in 
which Lionel first saw her and attends with Nancy in peasant cos- 
tume. Lionel's wandering senses are brought back by the light of 
memory and he is made happy in the possession of his beloved 
Martha. Nancy and Plunkett decide to follow the example set 
them by Martha and Lionel. 

The familiar aria, "The Last Rose of Summer," sung by 
Lady Harriet (Martha) in the Second Act, is an old Irish air in- 
terpolated by von Flotow. The words are by Sir Thomas Moore. 



THE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL 

OF PHILADELPHIA 

THE MARY GASTON BARNWELL FOUNDATION 

(FIDELITY-PHILADELPHIA TRUST COMPANY, TRUSTEE) 

PROGRAM 

PRESIDING OFFICER 

DR. JOHN L. HANEY (100th Class) 

PRESIDENT OF THE CENTRAL HICK SCHOOL 
ADDRESS 

* 'USEFUL VOLTS" 

Karl T. Compton, Ph.D.. Sc.D.. LL.D. 

PRESIDENT, MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 

MUSICAL PROGRAM 
STUDENT ARTISTS OF THE CURTIS INSTITUTE 

MARTHA 

OPERA BY ERIEDRICH VON FLOTOW 

Prologue Lionel and Plunkett 

Act II "Spinning Scene" 

CONDUCTED BY MR. SYLVAN LEVIN 

CHARACTERS 

Lady Harriet Margaret Codd 

Nancy Charlotte Daniels 

Lionel Fritz Krueger 

Plunkett Lester Englander 



THE BARNWELL ADDRESSES 

The earliest Barnwell Addresses were: (1) "A Real Education" by 
Dr. Lewis H. Perry; (2) "The Bible and Liberal Education" by Dr. Josiah H. 
Penniman; (3) "The True American" by Hon. George Wharton Pepper: 
(4) "The Meaning of Education" by Dr. Alfred E. Stearns; (5) 'Why Go 
to School at AH" by Dr. Andrew F. West; (6) "Horizons" Dr. Boyd Ed- 
wards; (7) "The Lost Sense of Values" by Hon. James M. Beck; (8) "Can 
Western Civilization Be Salvaged?" by Mr. Glenn Frank; (9) "Memories of 
the Middle Border" by Mr. Hamlin Garland; (10) "Thirty Years Among the 
Labrador Fishermen" by Dr. Wilfred T. Grenfell; (11) "The Education of 
Abraham Lincoln" by Dr. Cheesman A. Herrick; (12) "The American Rhodes 
Scholar at Oxford" by Dr. Frank Aydelotte; (13) "The Outlook for 
Democracy" by Rev. Dr. S. Parkes Cadman; (14) "The Value of Early Train- 
ing in Initiative" by Rear Admiral William S. Sims; (15) "A Boy's Life in 
an English Public School" by Mr. J. Lewis Paton; (16) "Unsolved Problems 
of Our Foreign Relations" by Hon. Simeon D. Fess; (17) "Government and 
the Individual" by Hon. George H. Moses; (18) "The Human Side or 
Chemistry" by Dr. Edward E. Slosson; (19) "The Higher Meaning of 
Education" by Dr. Michael I. Pupin; (20) "Creative Education in the School 
by Dr. Henry F. Osborn; (21) "Sons and Daughters of the City" by Dr. John 
H. Finley; (22) "The Significance of the City College Movement" by Dr. 
George F. Zook; (23) "Making Men" by Mr. Amos Alonzo Stagg; (24) 
"What Can Music Do For You?" by Dr. Leopold Stokowski; (25) "The 
Value of the Commonplace" by Right Rev. Dr. James E. Freeman; (26) "The 
Significance of Shakespeare" by Prof. Felix E. Schelling; (27) "Books and 
Experience" by Dr. J. Duncan Spaeth; (28) "A Century of War and Peace" 
by Dr. E. P. Cheyney; (29) "Lasting Values in Athletics" by Mr. Fielding H. 
Yost; (30) "Art and Contemporary Society" by Mr. Ralph Adams Cram; 

(31) "New Responsibilities of Citizenship" by Dr. William John Cooper; 

(32) "The Magic Realm of the Arts" by Dr. Henry Turner Bailey; (33) 
"Beauty in American Life" by Dr. Lorado Taft: (34) "Fear and Exploration" 
by Dr. William Beebe; (35) "Toward an Understanding World" by Rev. Will- 
iam T. Locke. 

The more recent Barnwell Addresses have been as follows: 
36 "MONASTERY, BARGAIN COUNTER. OR LABORATORY IN 
EDUCATION" 
Dr. John Dewey, Philosopher and Educator 

37. "A SCIENTIFIC ADVENTURE" 

Dr. George E. Vincent, Rockefeller Foundation 

38. "AMERICAN IDEALS IN A CHANGING AGE- 

MR. James Grafton Rogers, Department of State 

39. "OUR PRESENT DISCONTENTS" 

Rev. Dr. Charles A. Richmond, Union University 

40. "THE RETURN OF THE LIBERALS" 

Dr. Arthur H. QUINN, University of Pennsylvania 

41. "WHAT IS AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP?" 

Hon. Harry S. McDEVITT, Court of Common Pleas 

42. "THE TREND OF THOUGHT IN NATURAL PHILOSOPHY" 

Dr. Wm. F. G. SwaNN, Bartol Research Foundation 

43. "WHICH WAY CULTURE?" 

Dr. John ErSKINE, JuiUiard School of Music 

44. "THE HIGHER PROVINCIALISM" 

Dr. Cornelius WeYGANDT, University of Pennsylvania 

45. "THE GIFT OF INTELLIGENCE" 

Dr. Frank P. Graves, University of the State of New York 

46. "YOUR NORTHERN NEIGHBOUR" 

Sir Robert A. Falconer, University of Toronto 

47. "EDUCATION IN THE DEMOCRATIC STATE" 

Dr. Harry W. Chase. New York University 

48. "METEOR CRATER IN ARIZONA" 

Dr. Clyde Fisher, American Museum of Natural History 

49. "THE OLD BLUECOAT SCHOOL" 

Dr. W. Hamilton FyFE, Queen's University 



RIVERTON PORCH CLUB 
Riverton, New Jersey 

Thursday Afternoon, April 25, 1955 at 2 o'clock 

Jane Shoaf , Soprano 
Samuel Mayes, Violoncellist 
Elizabeth Bentley, Pianist and 

Accompanist 



of 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF filUSIC 



PROGRAMME 



Spirate pur, spirate Donaudy 

Er ist's Schumann 

Blue are her Eyes Watts 

My Lover is a Fisherman Strickland 

Moon Marketing Weaver 
Miss Shoaf 



II 



Etude in F minor Liszt 

Jeux d'eau Ravel 

Rhapsodie in C minor Brahms 
Miss Bentley 



III 



Toccata 

Minuet vifith Variations 
Prayer from "Jewish Life" 
Pliaska. Russian Dance on 
a theme of Liadoff 



Frescobaldi-Cassado 

Haydn 

Bloch 

Piatigorsky 



EPISCOPAL ACADELTY 
Overbrook, Pennsylvania 

Friday Morning, April 26, 1935 at 11 o'clock 

The Casirair Quartet 

Charles Jaffe ) Violins Virginia Majewski, Viola 
Eudice Shapiro) Victor Gottlieb, Violoncello 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MSIC 

PROGRAimiE 

I 

First and Fourth Movements from 

The Lark, Opus 64, No. 5 Haydn 

Allegro moderate 

Finale - vivace 

From "Four Indiscretions", Opus 20 Gruenberg 
No. 2 and No. 4 

II 

Fourth Movement from Quartet, Opus 96 Dvorak 
Finale 

III 

Drink to me only with thine Eyes Old English 

The Mill Raff 

Minuet Mozart 

Irish Reel Pochon 



EPIvSCOPAL ACADEMY 
Overbrook, Pennsylvania 

Wednesday Morning, May 1, 1955 at 11 o'clock 

TRIO CLASSIQUE 

Ardelle Hookins, Flutist 
Eudice Shapiro, Violinist 
Virginia Majev/ski, Violist 

Donald ?\filcox, Organist & Accompanist 
of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MSIC 

PROGRAMT^E 
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Serenade Trio, Opus 25 
Allegro 

Andante con variazioni 
Allegro vivace 

Trio 



Beethoven 



II 



Arioso 


Bach 


Musette 


Leclair 


Miss Hookins 




III 




Marche Religieuse 


Guilmant 


Mr. Wilcox 




IV 




Berceuse 


Aulin 


Waltz in A major 


Brahms 


Miss Shapiro 




V 




Romance and Scherzino 


de Wailly 


Air 


Gluck 


Scherzo 


Weber 



Trio 



EPISCOPAL ACADBiTY 
Overbrook, Pennsylvania 

Friday Morning, May 10, 1955 at 11 o'clock 

WOODWIND QUINTET 

Harold Gomberg, Oboe 
Harold Bennett, Flute 
Leon Lester, Clarinet 
Fred Klein, Horn 
Jules Seder, Bassoon 

of 
THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF UlUSIC 

PROGRAMS 



First and Fourth Movements from 
Quintet, Opus 71 

Allegro Moderate 

Allegro 



Beethoven 



Minuet 




Schubert 


Voglein 




Grieg 


II 






Aubade 




De Wailly 


Flute, Oboe 


and Clarinet 




The little Windmill 




Couperin 


Flute, Oboe 


and Bassoon 




Sonatina 




Bach 


Petite Marche 




Delibes 


III 






Night Wind 




Davis 


Pastorale 




Stravinsky 


Musette 




Davis 


Harmonica Player 




Guion 



EPISCOPAL ACADEIjIY 
Overbrook, Pennsylvania 

Wednesday Morning, May 15, 1955 at 11 o'clock 

Charlotte Ridley, Soprano 

Marjorie Call, Harpist 

Donald Yiiilcox, Organist & Accompanist 

of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF S,IUSIC 
PROGRAMME 



Two Chorale Preludes from 

"The Little Organ Book" Bach 

"Wer nur den lieben Gott lasst walten" 
"Ich ruf ' zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ" 



Gigue Fugue 

Mr. Wilcox 


Bach 


II 




Tambourine 

Fraicheur 

Behind the Barracks 

Miss Call 


Raraeau 

Salzedo 

Salzedo 


III 




The Plague of Love 
My Lover is a Fisherman 
Carry ne back to ol' Virginny 
Christ went up into the Hills 


Old English 
Strickland 
Christy 
Hagemann 



Kamerinoi-Ostrow 



Miss Ridley 



IV 



Miss Call 
Mr. Wilcox 



Rubinstein 



Prelude, Fugue and Variations 
Mr. Wilcox 



Franck 



The Curtis Institute of Music 

Josef Hofmann, Mus. D., Director 

SECOND COMMENCEMENT 

AND 

CONFERRING OF DEGREES 



CASIMIR HALL 

Monday, May the twentieth 

One Thousand, Nine Hundred and Thirty-five 
at Three O'clock in the Afternoon 



Order of Ceremonies 



Organ Prelude 

Prelude and Fugue in E Minor Johann Sebastian Bach 

Three Chorale Preludes Johann Sebastian Bach 

Hark! A Voice saith All are Mortal 
Christ lay in the Bonds of Death 
I call to Thee, Lord Jesus 



Alexander McCurdy, Jr. 
(Diploma 1934) 



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Order of Ceremonies 



Graduate Procession 

Triumphal March Sigfrid Karg-Elert 

Introduction 

President Mary Louise Curtis Bok, Mus. D., L.H.D. 

Awarding of Diplomas of The Curtis Institute of Music 

Conferring of Degrees in Course 

President Mary Louise Curtis Bok, Mus. D., L.H.D. 
Director Josef Hofmanjn, Mus. D. 

Hymn — "The Star Spangled Banner" 

Graduate Recession 

Lift Up your Heads Handel-Guilmant 



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DIPLOMAS OF THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Voice 
Ruth Carhart Eleanor Jane Lewis — in absentia 

Kathryn Iris Dean — in absentia Irra Stepanovna Petina 
Alfred Winfield de Lono Jane Pickens 

Wilbur Whilt Evans — in absentia Eugene Byron Ramey, Jr. 
Benjamin Grobani Clarence William Reinert 

Florence Elizabeth Irons Abrasha Robofsky 

Josephine Azalea Jirak Frances Emilie Sheridan 

Virginia Kendrick Charlotte Simons 

Louise E. Lerch Helen Elizabeth Watlington — in absentia 



Grace Berman 

Marion Blanche Brant 

Bella Braverman 

Grace Sharp Castagnetta 

Shura Cherkassky — in absentia 

Tatiana Helene de Sanzewitch 

Eleanor Lois Fields 



Piano 

Joseph Levine 
in absentia Mary Agnes Marzyck — in absentia 

Carmen Ercelle Mitchell — in absentia 
Ethel Mary Paget — in absentia 
Esther Love Polvogt — in absentia 
Nadia Reisenberg 
Vera Resnikoff 
Lucie Stern 



Violin 



Leonid Bolotine 
Agnes Virginia de Blasiis 
Robert Gomberg — in absentia 
Laura Filer Gripping — in absentia 
Dorothy Frampton Hodge 
Charles Jafpe 



Jack Laurence Pepper — in absentia 

Judith Poska — in absentia 

EuDicE Shapiro 

Henry William Siegl 

Louise Palmer Walker — in absentia 

Frances Wiener — in absentia 



Lois Virginia zu Putlitz 



Viola 
Paull Freeman Ferguson — in absentia Gordon Gabriel Kahn 
Leon Frengut — in absentia Sheppard Isaac Lehnhofp 

Stellario Giacobbe — in absentia Virginia Majewski 



-in absentia 



[5] 



DIPLOMAS OF THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Violoncello 

TiBOR DE Machula — in absentia John Gray 

Victor Herbert Gottlieb Ho^vard Bundy Mitchell 

Florence Williams — in absentia 



Harp 
Florence Wightman- 



in absentia 



Ralph Berkonvitz 
Bernard Lewis Frank- 



Accompanying 

Eugene Helmer 
in absentia Florence Julia Morseman — in absentia 



Chamber Afusi'c 
Edward Rowland Cresswell 

Conducting 

John Frederick Bitter Saul Caston — in absentia 

William van den Burg — in absentia 



Double Bass 

Frank Gilbert Eney — in absentia Carl Anthony Torello 

Jacques Posell 



Irven Andrew Whitenack 



Flute 

John Michael Hreachmack Joseph Arturo Mariano 

Richard Ernest Townsend — in absentia 



James Adam Collis — in absentia 
Robert R. Hartman 



Clarinet 

Robert Enman McGinnis — in absentia 
Emil Adolf Schmachtenberg — in absentia 



[6] 



DIPLOMAS OF THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Oboe 

Robert Irving Bloom — in absentia Harold Gombero — in absentia 
John Henry Minsker — in absentia 

Bassoon 

Carl McColley Bowman Andrew Homer Luck 

William Polisi 



Frank Ruggieri 



Bassoon and Contrabassoon 

William Louis Santucci — in absentia 



Harry Berv — in absentia 
Jack Berv — in absentia 
Attillio Albert de Palma 



French Horn 

Theodore A. Seder — in absentia 
James Morgan Thurmond — in absentia 
Henry Cowles Whitehead — in absentia 



Trumpet 

Lloyd C. Geisler Samuel George Krauss 

Frank Melvin Headman — in absentia Arthur Charles Statter 



Trombone 



Ralph Edmundson Binz 



Guy Boswell — in absentia 



Composition 

Charles Noyes Demarest — in absentia 
Caesar George Finn 
Gordon Mortimer Mapes 
Eleanor Ffoulke Meredith 



John Jordan Moffitt — in absentia 
Alice Noonan — in absentia 
Ella Wise Pyle 
Berenice Robinson 



Nino Rota — in absentia 



[7] 



DIPLOMAS OF THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Opera and Voice 
Olive Edwina Eustis — in absentia 

Piano and Accompanying 
Theodore Saidenberg — in absentia 

Piano and Composition 
MuEEEL Bayard Hodge Xenia Nazarevitch 

Violin and Conducting 
Jan Savitt Henri Temianka — in absentia 

Clarinet and Conducting 
Felix Meyer 

Chamber Music and Violoncello 
Adine Alexandrine Barozzi 



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DEGREES IN COURSE 

Bachelor of Aiusic — in Voice 

Ruth Carhart Irra Stepanovna Petina 

Wilbur Whilt Evans — in absentia Clarence William Reinert 

Eleanor Jane Lewis — in absentia Frances Emilie Sheridan 



Bachelor of Music — in Piano 

Jorge Leopoldo Bolet (Diploma 1934) — in absentia 
Bella Braverman Joseph Levine 

Xenia Nazarevitch 



Bachelor of Music — in Violin 
Louise Palmer Walker — in absentia Frances Wiener — in absentia 

Bachelor of Music — in Composition 
Muriel Bayard Hodoe 

Bachelor of Music — in Flute 
John Michael Hreachmack 

Bachelor of Music — in Bassoon 
Carl McColley Bo^vman Andrew Homer Luck 

Bachelor of Music — in French Horn 
Henry Cowles Whitehead — in absentia 

Bachelor of Music — in Trombone 
Ralph Edmundson Binz Guy Bos well — in absentia 



[9] 



DEGREES IN COURSE 

Bachelor of Music — in Opera and Voice 
Olive Edwina Eustis — in absentia 

Bachelor of Music — in Piano and Accompanying 
Theodore Saidenberg — in absentia 

Bachelor of Music — in Violin and Conducting 
Jan Savitt 

Bachelor of Music — in Clarinet and Conducting 
Felix Meyer 



Iio] 



Marshal 
Eugene Loewenthal 

Assistant Marshals 

Irene Singer 

Marjorie Tyre 

Lester Englander 

Leonard Treash 



[11] 



(1) 

LIST OF CONCERTS 

FACULTY RECITALS 

Casirair Hall 



First. . .Madarae Lea Luboshutz, Violinist 

December 17, 1954 

Second.. Dr. Josef Hofiaann, Pianist 

January 17, 1955 

Third... Mr. Carlos Salzedo, Harpist 

January 21, 1955 

Fourth.. Mr. David Saperton, Pianist 

April 15, 1955 

Fifth. . .Madame Isabella Vengerova, Pianist 
Madame Lea Luboshutz, Violinist 
Mr. Feliz Salmond, Violoncellist 

May 16, 1955 



I 



(2) 

STUDENTS' CONCERTS 
Casimir Hall 



Students of Dr. Bailly in Chamber Music. December 

Students of Mr . Salzedo December 

Students of Mr . Zimbalist February 

Students of Mr . Salzedo February 

Students of Mr . Tabuteau March 

Students of Madame Luboshutz March 

Students of Dr. Bailly in Chamber Music. .. .March 

Students of Madame Vengerova April 

Students of Miss van Emden April 

Students of Mr. Salmond April 

Students of Mr . Saperton April 

Students of Mr. de Gogorza May 



10,1954 

18,1954 

11,1935 

21,1935 

20,1935 

25,1935 

29,1935 

1,1935 

2,1935 

3,1935 

11,1935 

8,1955 



CONCERTS ELSEWHERE. 



The Philadelphia Forum J8.nuary 18,1935 

"The Barber of Seville" 

The Juilliard School of Music March 24,1935 

"The Barber of Seville" 



Chamber Music 

Pennsylvania Museum of Art. 



(November 11,1934 

(December 16,1934 

(February 10,1935 

( March 10,1955 

( April 14,1935 



(5) 

CONCERT COURSE 



Westto;vn School, 

Westtovm, Pennsylvania ("November 10,1954 

( January 12,1955 
University of Delaware, 

Newark, Delaware (November 22 ,1954 

( January 10,1955 
( March 14,1955 
Barnwell Foundation, Penn Athletic 

Club, Philadelphia, Pa (December 10,1954 

( March 28,1955 
( April 24,1955 
Marywood College, 

Scranton, Pennsylvania January 16,1955 

Sleighton Farm, 

Darlington, Pennsylvania January 27,1955 

Palmyra High School, 

Palmyra, New Jersey January 51,1955 

Elizabethtown College, 

Elizabethtovm, Pennsylvania February 5,1955 

George School, 

George School, Pennsylvania February 9,1955 

Western Maryland College, 

Westminster, Maryland April 12 , 1955 

Woman's Club of Swarthmore, 

Swarthmore, Pennsylvania April 16,1955 

Riverton Porch Club, 

Riverton, New Jersey April 25,1935 

Episcopal Academy, 

Overbrook, Pennsylvania (April 26,1955 

( "May 1,1955 
( May 10,1935 
( May 15,1955 



Second Commencement and Conferring 

of Degrees May 20, 1955 



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